AirOS 7.2 Has Been Released!


  • Ubiquiti Employee

    airOS 7.2 has been released for airMAX AC devices.  You can find it in the Download section HERE.

    Due to changes with the 30/60MHz channel widths, please upgrade remote radio first.

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    Version 7.2 (XC, WA) - Final Release (February 11, 2016)
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    New:
    - New: Revised UNII Rules activation
    - New: Improved 30 MHz* and 60 MHz* channel widths (replace 30 MHz and 60 MHz channel widths)  
    - New: Option to enable/disable Flow Control 
    - New: GPS coordinates reporting for Rocket 5AC PRISM in Dashboard page
    - New: Save kernel crashlog and include it in Support info archive (for better troubleshooting)
    - New: Linux kernel upgrade to v2.6.32.68
    
    Regulatory updates:
    - Update frequency list for China: 5150-5350MHz (23dBm), DFS: 5250-5350MHz + 5725-5850MHz (33dBm)
    
    Improvements:
    - airMAX protocol security improvements
    - Improved Antenna Align Tool
    - Improved Site Survey scan
    
    Fixes:
    - Fix: 5.8GHz band (EN 302 502) isn't allowed in France
    - Fix: airMAX AC PTMP noisy network AP->STA direction packet loss
    - Fix: Reduced DFS false positive events
    - Fix: Reduced connection time in PTMP mode
    - Fix: Wireless connectivity failure on channel change
    - Fix: Multicast packet loss in PTMP mode
    - Fix: Device hang during configuration change when DHCP relay is enabled on two LAN interfaces
    - Fix: Incorrect security type reporting on Station after configuration changes
    - Fix: Allow DHCP start/end range to match to provide only single IP
    - Fix: UBNT stations name reporting in SNMP
    - Fix: 1000Mbps negotiation issue when connected to CISCO 2950t switch up-link gigabit ports
    - Fix: Incorrect NTP functionality when changing Time Zone
    - Fix: Speed Test tool no results reporting
    - Fix: Impossible to disable DNS proxy
    - Fix: On first scan Site Survey doesn't scan full frequency range
    - Fix: SSH client can't connect to RouterOS device
    - Fix: Fixed incorrect placement of the "!" iptables (router mode)
    - Fix: Don't allow to remove WLAN0 item from BRIDGE0 (configuration restriction to avoid low performance)
    - Fix: Other small changes to improve airOS stability and add additional debugging information 
    
    

  • J
    Beta Testers

    Under supported products…

    What about LiteBeam LBE-5AC-xxx which I believe are all WA chipset?


  • Ubiquiti Employee

    LiteBeam5AC-23 and 120 are both supported. I have asked devs to revise changelog.


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    hello

    impossible de le charger TIMEOUT :nonod:

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  • T
    Beta Testers

    No explicit mention of NBE‑5AC‑16, PBE‑5AC‑300 or PBE‑5AC‑400 in supported products either (even though the non-ISO and ISO radios are the same).


  • Ubiquiti Employee

    All airMAX AC devices are supported. I will have the list updated.

    EDIT:  I see the issue.


  • U
    Global Moderators

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  • Beta Testers

    Is there anyway to expand upon the new UNII rules and what that changes as far as what frequencies are availible?


  • Beta Testers

    Can I downgrade from 8 beta 7 to this?


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  • J

    Interesting


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  • A

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  • A

    Czy może ktoś mi podać hasło do airOS, login: ubnt?


  • T
    Beta Testers

    I'd also like to know if this means we can put 7.2 on an existing AC AP with v8 beta on it allowing M series devices to connect to the AC access point. Currrently we have this installed on our AC access point v8.0-beta3.29418 (XC). Thanks!


  • Ubiquiti Employee

    airOS8+ is a requirement on the AP side for mixed mode w/ airMAX M Stations.


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  • M
    Beta Testers

    Can I request that these announcment threads be locked from posts from users, so that I can get notified when a new firwmare is realeased, and not get emails months later when someone posts on here with a problem instead of starting a new thread.

    Thanks.


  • Ubiquiti Employee

    Yes, that is a good suggestion.  I'll see what I can do for the next release.


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